Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice: This program offers educational opportunities to pre-service and in-service professionals in law enforcement, corrections, courts, and homeland security. Since the inception of the Criminal Justice program in 1972, more than 2,200 students have gone through the program, and over 80 achieved the position of chief or director of their respected law enforcement agency.
Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management: This program offers students employable skills in preparing, mitigating, responding to, and recovering from natural, manmade, and technological incidents. The course work empowers students to identify, integrate, and allocate resources existing in the nonprofit, private, and public sectors with an emphasis on coordinating with those groups and all levels of governmental response agencies.
Bachelor of Science in Hospitality & Tourism Management: This program addresses the emerging importance of the hotel, restaurant, and tourism industries by preparing students for management careers in the hospitality field. As part of Madonna University's program, students complete an internship or cooperative education experience with a hospitality employer. Course work relates to all aspects of the industry: food service, lodging and resort operations, tourism, and conference and event planning.
Bachelor of Science in Merchandising Management: Prepare for a
broad range of career options in the field of merchandising, in this degree
completion program. Develop professional skills in, and learn about, the
marketing of products and services, as well as the intricacies of pricing,
promotion and distribution. Through classroom and internship experiences, gain
an understanding of market forecasting and how to plan for changes in consumer
trends and attitudes.
Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies: This degree completion program allows Associate of Applied Science in Legal Assistant graduates to receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Paralegal Studies from Madonna University’s American Bar Association approved program. The focus is on legal research and the technology utilized in a modern law practice setting. Students can major in Paralegal Studies for law school.
The above programs have been approved by Michigan Works! for Individual Training Account eligibility and program information has been published at the Career Education Consumer Report.